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We are looking for new voluntary Board Members for our local leadership board.

As a Board Member, you will have a responsibility for contributing to policy and strategic direction, helping define goals and targets as well as evaluating performance. You would also represent Healthwatch Slough at key meetings and help influence change in services based on insight reports. Find out more.


  • Based:          Based in the area of East Berkshire (Slough, Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead and Bracknell Forest), with home working
  • Hours:           Full-time 37 hours per week with flexible working 
  • Contract:       Permanent
  • Salary:           £25,437 to £28,212 per annum

We are hiring!

We are looking for a Healthwatch Officer to help us deliver the Healthwatch service that covers the whole of East Berkshire (Slough Borough Council, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and Slough Council areas).  We are looking for someone who would like to cover the locality of Slough as well as lead on our communication activity and delivering engagement and insight projects across the whole of East Berkshire.  

The role will include working with diverse communities and organisations, setting up and running engagement events and managing projects. Applicants will need experience in managing communications activity across a range of platforms including social media, website and print and publications.  Experience in networking and partnership building, working with volunteers and community groups, community involvement methods as well as experience of developing community research projects will be beneficial.

This is an exciting and wide-ranging role for someone with a passion to improve health and social care services through patient engagement and participation.

Find out more